Actor Yoo Seung Ho features in a pictorial and interview with The Star magazine ahead of the premiere of his new film “Seondal: The Man Who Sells the River.”
During the interview, Yoo Seung Ho addresses a comment that actor Park Sung Woong had made about Yoo Seung Ho in the past that drew a lot of attention, namely that Yoo Seung is “the kindest man he’s seen ever in his life.”
“After meeting Park Bo Gum, I thought, ‘I have found someone who’s got it worse than me.’ If I never met him, I would have agreed [with Park Sung Woong’s comment], but Park Bo Gum is really a good person.”
Yoo Seung Ho also shares his thoughts about his acting career and upcoming film “Seondal: The Man Who Sells the River.” “I have worries and anxieties about my acting. I want to show a different side of me, but that’s really hard.”
He also talks about dealing with high expectations for his acting. “[The expectations] are really high. I know very well that I may not meet their expectations,” he shares candidly.
With regards to his transformation into a fair maiden for a scene in “Seondal: The Man Who Sells the River,” Yoo Seung Ho says, “I thought that if I dressed up as a girl I would look pretty. But the more makeup I put on, the more scary I looked. In the future, I will not be dressing up as a girl.”
Meanwhile, “Seondal: The Man Who Sells the River” is slated for release on July 6 in Korea. You can catch Yoo Seung Ho’s full pictorial and interview in the July issue of The Star.